With their sweet spiced flavor, gorgeously intricate design, and rich history, heirloom Springerle cookies are some of the most fun to bake, and some of the most impressive to gift!
- Speculaas Spiced Springerle
This recipe creates wonderfully crisp, almost melt-in-your-mouth cookies that are authentically flavored thanks to our own speculaas spice blend. They're especially elegant when made with a springerle cookie mold.
- Springerle Shortbread
If you're used to springerle cookies that are as challenging to roll out as lifting your own body weight, this recipe is your answer to sore arms!
- Fiori di Sicilia Springerle
These cookies, thanks to cake flour, have a slightly crispy exterior, and a dense, moist, cake-like interior. Note, though, that they're still Springerle — a continental cookie typically much harder-textured than American-style cookies.
- Pumpkin Spiced Springerle
Although Springerle cookies often make their grand appearance just once a year, around the holidays, we think this particular variation can be savored throughout the autumn months.
Introduction to springerle
Traditionally leavened with hartshorn (baker’s ammonia) and flavored with anise or lemon, these pretty embossed cookies date back to 14th-century Germany. The intricate molds that shape them are typically carved from wood.Read the blog